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Playworks Milwaukee is hosting our first annual corporate kickball tournament to raise money and awareness for the power of play in Milwaukee.

Corporate sponsors, school community members and junior coaches will come together Thursday, June 14, 2012 at Lake Park to see who will earn bragging rights as the Playworks Milwaukee Corporate Kickball champions. Teams will have a chance to learn more about Playworks, engage in friendly competition and enjoy lunch and refreshments.

Join us for a day of team-building, outside the office and support safe, healthy and inclusive play in Milwaukee Public Schools.

Interested in registering a team? Please see the attached registration packet or contact Bix Firer:, for more information.

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